GoWYLD Resources

Free Access with Library Card

GoWYLD provides Wyoming libraries and residents access to databases and other resources that support research, lifelong learning, business and career development, personal enrichment, and more.

Get Out There and GoWYLD
Browse, borrow and explore

Wyoming residents can get more for free with a library card. GoWYLD has thousands of e-books, audiobooks, research materials, on-demand courses, and tools for early readers – all available through your computer, tablet and smartphone!

Libby - Audiobooks, e-Books & Magazines

BookFlix - Animated Children's Books

LinkedIn Learning - Courses & Webinars

WYLD Research - Professional Databases

Plus Many Other Online Resources!

Comprehensive Digital Library

In addition to the thousands of audiobooks, e-books and e-magazines through Libby, GoWYLD’s Digital Library also has an extensive archive of periodicals including over 4 million newspapers found in our Wyoming Newspapers collection, cataloging the Cowboy State’s newspapers of the past.

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GoWYLD is Great for Kids!

While BookFlix is a popular resource for fostering early literacy, GoWYLD also has many other resources (including Novelist, Tumblebooks) that are great educational tools for young readers as well as students in elementary, middle and high school looking for K-12 specific research databases.

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Level Up with eLearning Tools!

Whether you need help with auto repair, preparing for the ACT, or learning a new language, GoWYLD has the resources to help! Like LinkedIn Learning, you can improve your skillset with a variety other e-learning resources such as Chilton Library, Learning Express and Pronunciator. All free with your Wyoming Library card!

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Research and Discover

GoWYLD provides access to multiple full-text article databases with rich content for current issues as well as deep backfiles for historical research. Subject areas include science and technology, social issues, current events, education, health sciences, literature and language arts, business development, government information, unique Wyoming resources, and more.

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